Noah Purcell is a solicitor general who spoke to the press with the Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson right at the press conference outside U.S. District Court, Western Washington recently on 3rd February of 2017. Talking about his personal life biography, Purcell has already got married. He is currently married to his long term girlfriend named Jasmin Weaver. The pair first met each other while they were at Franklin High School.
Purcell and Weaver started dating while they were in the sophomore year of college. They have founded the Affordable Tuition Now! which is a student advocacy group that is dedicated to keeping tuition at UW and other state universities affordable. According to the website of Attorney General, Noah also has a son named Desmond together with his wife. As he has maintained his personal profile low, there is no any news found about his age and height.
Now, let us gain few more information related to the bio of Purcell which has been extracted from various sources. He is the native of Washington, D.C., United States of America. He went to get his high school education from the Franklin High School located in Seattle. After that, he got enrolled at the University of Washington from where he got graduated in 2002. According to the website of the school, there, he was a Mary Gates Leadership Scholar.
After completing his college, Purcell briefly went into the politics and began working as a campaign manager for Eric Pettigrew helping him to get elected to state legislature in 2002 and then also working for him as the assistant in the State House. Additionally, he also spent his one year at the University College Dublin from where he completed his Master’s Degree in Economics. From there, he headed towards the Harvard Law School from where he graduated magna cum laude in the year 2007. There, he was also an editor of Harvard Law Review.
After Harvard, from 2008 till 2009, Noah clerked for the U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter. He has also clerked for the Judge David Tatel on D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. Prior to clerking for Souter, he also took the job as an attorney in Department of Homeland Security during the administration of President Barack Obama. His job was to advise on security and immigration issue. He had also worked extensively on the Federal Government’s Challenge to immigration law of Arizona.
After that, Noah went on to work for Washington Law firm called Perkins Coie in its litigation and appellate practices before he became appointed to the job in the office of attorney general. While there, he represented patients seeking access to the medications in case Stormans, Inc., et al vs. Selecky, et al.
According to the press release, Noah Purcell was appointed as the solicitor general of the state by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson in 2013. As the former U.S. Supreme court clerk and an outstanding attorney, Purcell is one of the best as well as brightest lawyers in the state.